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Frank Lloyd Wright: Drawings and Models

Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1,100 buildings and structures, over half of which were built in his lifetime. These images are of some of Wright's building plans and models, not all of which were ever constructed. All of these images are available for purchase at http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/whi/

Wright's Model For Service Station Wright's Model For Service Station

An architectural model of a village-type roadside service station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Roadside Service Station Model Roadside Service Station Model

Architectural model of a village type roadside service station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Model of Village-Type Gasoline Station Model of Village-Type Gasoline Station

Architectural model of a village-type gasoline station designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Neuroseum Hospital Neuroseum Hospital

Site plan pencil sketch of the Neuroseum Hospital, to be located in Madison, Wisconsin, drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
Ocatillo Desert Camp Ocatillo Desert Camp

Pencil sketch of an early scheme for "Ocotillo" desert camp designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. This rendering may have been done by John H. Howe.
   
Floor Plan of Nakoma Country Club Floor Plan of Nakoma Country Club

Unexecuted design by Frank Lloyd Wright of Nakoma Country Club, for which the architect received a fee of $5,000. circa 1924
   
St. Mark's -in-the-Bouwerie Towers, Project  Model St. Mark's -in-the-Bouwerie Towers, Project Model

Frank Lloyd Wright's model for St. Mark's tower.
   
Cottage Drawing possibly drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright Cottage Drawing possibly drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright

Pen and colored pencil drawing of a small cottage, possibly to be built at Taliesin. Included on the drawing is a floor plan of the cottage and a perspective. The drawing may have been drawn by Frank Lloyd Wright.
   
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